Challenging Socio-Cultural Norm Inspiring Social Cultural Change

Contributing to the transformation of African Youth through audio-visual media.

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ABANTU VISIONS – began its production as a not for profit, independent tv and film organization in 1994. The mission was to provide a communication platform for socio-economic, political as well as cultural development using audio-visuals.

Our Story

Abantu Visions seeks to express – the UBUNTU spirit, borrowing also from the Ujamaa ideals – the communal and humanity of each and every member of the society; to share across Tanzania and the African continent the richness and abundances of the people’s aspirations, cultures, values, expressed through film, Television and other digital media.

Abantu works closely with grass roots and local government officials, private institutions, educational institutions, NGO’s, and diplomatic missions. Through its productions the Abantu has covered large parts of Tanzania mainland and the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba.

Mary Beatrix Mugishagwe - CEO
Kerage Kamuli - Cinematographer

Behind the Lens

Kerage Kamuli comes from a strong background of film and cinematography. Born to one of the first female Tanzanian producer/director KK went on to graduate from the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance (AFDA), with a Bachelor of Arts in Motion Picture Medium in Cinematography. 

It is in her ability to see a narrative form a unique perspective that led her to a career behind the lens. Her strong beliefs in how film can impact and stimulate change in society is what drives her passion. In her own words, she is interested in using film as a vehicle to deconstruct society by creating content that rewrites cultural scripts and alters perception to stimulate a real change in society.

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What we do.

Film Production

We work with stakeholders interested in Impact through film production


Abantu Visions acts as a bridge for upcoming filmmakers


We tell real stories by real people in ways that spark conversation.

Our Projects

What we’ve done so far.